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First batch of PPGA students graduate

The inaugural batch of 71 students from NTU’s PPGA programme have attained their degrees
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Rise in parking rates draws mixed reactions from students

Some are upset, but others say it means a greater availability of parking lots
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New initiatives at NTU Fest 2017

Students welcome new changes at NTU’s biggest event of the year held on campus for the first time
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NTU starts Russian language elective; to offer Swedish, Latin next semester

Russian is the latest language offered by NTU; Swedish and Latin to be rolled out next semester
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High rent at North Spine Plaza leaves stores high and dry

Tenants in the North Spine Plaza struggle with high monthly rental and poor business during the holidays
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Thai cafe takes over Spruce Bistro at WKWSCI

Thai restaurant Sukho Thai Cafe replaces Spruce Bistro at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information.
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WKWSCI looks forward as it celebrates silver jubilee

WKWSCI celebrates its silver jubilee this year — and reflects on how it can continue preparing students for a rapidly changing media industr
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Student injured in car accident near North Hill

The student injured his left foot after he was hit by a car while crossing Nanyang Avenue around 8pm on Tuesday (11 Apr).
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Poor business in Canteen A extended wing

Stall owners at the extended wing of the North Spine Food Court have complained of poor business, citing low foot traffic and students being
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NTU slips 2 spots in this year’s Asia university rankings

Despite an increase in NTU’s overall score at the Times Higher Education Asia University Rankings, NTU still fell behind second-place Peking
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NTU guarantees 2-year hall stay for incoming freshmen

Current students express concerns about how this will impact hall culture on campus
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Faculty members honoured at Nanyang Awards Ceremony

MORE than 20 faculty members received the Nanyang Education Award last month at the Nanyang Awards Ceremony, in recognition of their effecti
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Hall 4 residents to endure another year of renovations

Residents are staying put, despite inconvenience and noise from ongoing renovations
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Here’s what you can expect from NTU’s medical campus in Novena

Medical students are happy with new Novena campus, but express concerns that they will be further isolated from the general NTU population
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Target the global market: Minister Chan

“We should not look inwards, but treat the world as our market,” Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office Chan Chun Sing tells about 400 stud